TitleResolution 1106 (1997) / adopted by the Security Council at its 3769th meeting, on 16 April 1997.
Security Council resolution 1106 (1997) [on extension of the mandate of the UN Angola Verification Mission III (UNAVEM III) and completion of the withdrawal of its military units] [Extension of the mandate of the UN Angola Verification Mission (UNAVEM III) and completion of the withdrawal of its military units]
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Warmly welcomes the inauguration on 11 Apr. 1997 of the Government of Unity and National Reconciliation (GUNR); strongly urges the parties to complete without delay the remaining military aspects of the peace process; considers that a meeting between the President of Angola and the leader of the Uniao Nacional para a Independencia Total de Angola within the territory of Angola would contribute to this process of national reconciliation, and expresses its hope that such as meeting will take place; decides to extend the mandate of UNAVEM III until 30 June 1997 to assist in the implementation of these remaining tasks, with the understanding that UNAVEM III will begin, as appropriate, to proceed with the transition towards an observer mission using resources already provided or allocated to the mission for the period ending 30 June 1997; requests the Secretary-General to complete the withdrawal of UNAVEM III military units as scheduled; expresses its intention to consider the establishment of a follow-on UN presence which would succeed UNAVEM III, and requests the Secretary-General to submit for its consideration, no later than 6 June 1997, a report containing his recommendations regarding the structure, specific goals, and cost implications of such a mission.